Crandall gives away FREE Res Room

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Crandall gives away FREE Res Room

In the spirit of the Canada 150 celebrations, Crandall launched a ‘WIN A FREE RES ROOM’ contest, which ran from May to July, 2017. The contest was open to any accepted first-time in college student who applied to Crandall University for Fall 2017 admittance. When the student completed their academic and on-campus living applications, they […]

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Dr. John Stackhouse appeared on national television in Australia

In July, Dr. John Stackhouse appeared on national television in Australia as a guest on “Q and A,” the leading public affairs program in that country. The hour-long panel discussion ranged from discussion of business ethics and ecological responsibility in coal mining to the rise of Islam and freedom of speech. Professor Stackhouse was consulting […]

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Students take Mission Trip to Cuba

This past May 5-19, a team of eight students and two Crandall staff went to Cuba and performed work and ministry projects as part of the students’ degree requirements. One of the students, Alex Pattison, shares about his experience. This past spring’s mission trip to Cuba held many lessons for me and served as a […]

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In Demand: Master of Education Program Expands

Crandall University’s Department of Education is excited to be launching its Master of Education in a new city! The Education Department started in 1998 and has been graduating exceptional and well trained teachers into the school system ever since! In 2013, the program expanded into offering a Master of Education, continuing to build on our […]

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Crandall Golf Classic Raises over $23,000!

Crandall held its 13th Annual Golf Classic at Royal Oaks Golf Club on Thursday, June 15th, with 103 golfers playing in support of Crandall’s Charger Athletic programs and initiatives. The MCW Maricor team came out on top again this year! $23,840 was raised to support Charger Athletics! These funds will go towards our Athletics Scholarships […]

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English Professor awarded the 2017 TESL Canada Innovation Award

Join us in congratulating our Director of External Programs and member of our English department, Graeme Ching, on receiving the 2017 TESL Canada Innovation Award for Teacher Professional Development Resource! This national award was presented to Graeme for his textbook/reference Teaching English: A Practical Guide (2016), available now on Amazon. Graeme has been teaching in […]

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Congratulations, Graduates of 2017!

CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES of 2017! Education Graduates Arts, Business, Science, Organizational Management, & Certificate Graduates On Saturday, May 6, the Crandall University community celebrated the accomplishments of its students! Certificates and degrees were conferred to over 140 individuals, with family and friends present. The morning ceremony celebrated Crandall’s Education students, all of which were graduating from […]

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Distinguished Alumni Awards honors Rev. Jack Allen

This past Friday, Rev. John A. Allen (Jack) received Crandall’s 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award. With over 180 people in attendance, the evening was full of laughter, memories, and recognition for all the work Jack has done for ministry and the local community. Along with honoring Jack, two time Juno award winner, Steve Bell, was in […]

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Crandall Receives Significant Library Donations

Crandall University Librarian, Ivan Douthwright, announced recently that in coming months the collection of the George Rawlyk Library will be significantly enhanced as a result of three recent sizable donations. The first contribution comes from Crandall graduate and former professor Dr. James Beverley of Toronto. A carefully cultivated collection of 5,000 scholarly works focusing in […]

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Crandall University & Sussex Christian School signed Memorandum of Understanding

Crandall University and Sussex Christian School have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding. The agreement invites dual enrolment of Sussex students within certain first year university courses that will count towards both their High School as well as first year university credits.  Students will also have access to Crandall facilities, advanced standing in identified programs, […]

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